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Old 07-20-2013, 04:17 AM
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truck chooched. p0263 and p1000 codes, fuuuuuuaaarrrrkkkk!

truck started chooching and died. p0263 and 64 codes. started back up after 15 min and chooched its way back home, popped the hood and all 4 of my battery terminals were covered heavily in white acid ash. returned to stock ,cleaned the terminals and the codes wents away but got a p1000 code.

went for a ride and it chooched again. paid $100 to get it towed and the best part of my day i had to hear the tow driver say how much he hates 6.0's and how i should swap in a 24v cummins

paid $300 for new batteries and made it back home from the shop. still with the p1000 code. rode again this morning and it chooched and died, luckily i was near the shop and i just coasted into the garage bay nothing like driving a 1 ton truck dead on nuetral thru a city street

so should i pepper thy angus for whats to come? the p2063 is cyclinder 1 imbalance, if my injector is shot i can only afford one or two the most. im dead broke, please respond....


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P1000 code is from the reset, the truck just has to go though a longer drive cycle. Put an injector in it and carry on. You don't have to change all eight cause one chit the bed, unless maybe you ran gas, water or dirt through your fuel system?

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P1000 code is from the reset, the truck just has to go though a longer drive cycle. Put an injector in it and carry on. You don't have to change all eight cause one chit the bed, unless maybe you ran gas, water or dirt through your fuel system?

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if i had a dirty fuel system wouldnt another code pop up for that? i hope its only 1 injector then
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if i had a dirty fuel system wouldnt another code pop up for that? i hope its only 1 injector then
Yea, most likely.

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I'm with southend on this one, replace the #1 injector and go from there. If you blew the tip off of the injector it would flood that cylinder causing your stall issue. Hopefully it is only an injector, do you have a monitor? If not you need to get one on her. Good luck and keep us posted.


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I'm with southend on this one, replace the #1 injector and go from there. If you blew the tip off of the injector it would flood that cylinder causing your stall issue. Hopefully it is only an injector, do you have a monitor? If not you need to get one on her. Good luck and keep us posted.


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i have an edge ct, funny thing is the check engine light or battery light never came on in the dash. will keep everyone posted
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so guys i got my truck back today. apparently i had dirty fuel filters and had them replaced along with a bottle of diesel kleen and a fresh tank of diesel fuel. the truck has been running stock with no issues so far. i have a p1000 code so i have to keep driving her till the computer straightens itselfs out.
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I hope that clears it up for you. It is highly recommended to use only racor or motorcraft filters only, and make sure the caps are also oem.

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